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Describes the Pagan "cycle of the year". Explores how Christianity adapted and continued the ancient holy days, covering them with Christian symbolism. Discusses how these holidays were observed in Pagan times.
ARTICLE Our calendar of holidays is derived from a long history of Pagan Holy Days, celebrating the movement of the Earth around the sun every year. In the USA, many holidays were given a thin veneer of Christian folklore to cover and hide the original,…Continue
Brain science has discovered the root of chronic pain – IN THE BRAIN! How we frame situations is responsible for emotional health. Each person can determine whether they are happy or miserable! This article provides examples of how framing destroys happiness, and how to re-frame destructive language to that which creates happiness and joy.
There is a single word we can – and often do – use to make ourselves miserable. This word…Continue
In the Wicca (or Pagan) calendar, the year is divided by eight Sabbats, or holidays (Holy Days) marked by the earth’s journey around the sun. Summer solstice 2017 in the Northern Hemisphere will be at 9:24 PM on Tuesday, June 20 and marks the first day of summer. The days have been growing longer (more daylight) ever since the Winter solstice on December 21. On the Solstice the time of light and dark are equal (at the equator) and now we begin the journey into darkness, with each day having…Continue
Brain science has discovered the root of chronic pain – IN THE BRAIN! How we frame situations is responsible for emotional health. Everyone determines whether they are happy or miserable! Provides examples of how framing destroys happiness, and how to re-frame destructive language to that which creates happiness and joy.
There is a single word you can – and probably do – use to make yourself miserable. This…Continue